May 21 2015
The U.S. plans to deliver 1,000 anti-tanks weapons to Iraq to help troops there counter Islamic State (ISIS) attackers, reports Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.
The weapons are expected to arrive in June. Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi requested them during a visit to Washington, D.C., last month, said a State Dept. official on Wednesday.
The move came after the Iraqi city of Ramadi fell to ISIS fighters. The militants used a series of suicide bombings to penetrate the...
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